Billed as the Changi GAIN (Growth and Assistance Incentive) program, Singapore’s Changi Airport Group (CAG) has fired what could be the first significant shot in a war of the airports across southeast Asia, setting aside $100 million to promote "various initiatives and measures aimed at lowering costs for airlines," the airport said in a statement. As part of these incentives, airlines running flights in and out of Changi Airport will qualify for operating cost reductions of ...
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